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and southwestern portions of oregon, the good news we're expecting a lull, as far as any rainfall goes until monday. it will kick off the work week. as we head into tuesday we'll actually see another storm start to impact northern california and the pacific northwest so again we're expecting more moisture and the ground is already saturated from all of the storms impacting the west coast through the work week. and 50, to 70 miles per hour across the northern rockies and portions of california and a number of wind warnings and also some wind advisories in effect out here because of the stormy weather pattern that's in place. as we take a look at the future radar, basically the next 48 hours, a bit of a lull in monday, as far as rainfall through california and the next system arrives producing heavy rain across many of the same areas and already had to deal with it and as we head into some of the higher elevations you're talking snow for the northern rockies and also the cascades across parts of washington and oregon. right now, again, most of it's wrapping up. that's good news, seattle, portland dea
coast. three separate storms in just one week have soaked oregon and washington and northern california. by the way, northern california has been hammered the worst and guess what. a fourth storm is on the way. a lot of areas already dealing with really bad flooding and they thought this was the worst of it. >> this thing just went up fast. real fast. fire department was out here. and got a lot of stuff, you know, away from the house so it didn't float down the road and stuff but this is the worst. >> meteorologist chad myers joins us now at the weather center in atlanta. round four. >> yes. >> this seems just cruel. >> and it gets worse. there will be six more rounds in the next 16 days. i can't stress how much rain that's going to -- once you get rain on the ground like we have now, it doesn't just evaporate and run off. it does run off but doesn't just go away. adding to injury. we have 20 inches in some spots on the ground in past 3 storms. we talked about this wednesday last week. i said this is the worst round 0 of storms that i have seen in northern california, washington, oregon
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requests for one-minute speeches. for what purpose does the gentleman from oregon rise? >> madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to address the chamber for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. >> madam speaker, i rise today to ask labor secretary hill do solis a simple question on behalf of the farmers of oregon. when will we get answers about the department's heavy-handed enforcement tactics? in august mitigating circumstance colleagues and i from the oregon delegation, republicans and democrats alike, wrote to the secretary about reports that the department of labor had been discarding due process and appeal and using orders to deal with farms in the northwest. mr. walden: we are still waiting for a written response 108 days later. we know the department can move with great speed when it wan -- wants to, when it's trying to shut down a farm with little due process or appeal. so why does it take so long to get answers for oregon farmers? i ask the secretary to clarify in writing the process. no one is arguing for unfair labor practices but our f
rain to western oregon to washington and parts of extreme northern california. but, for us, only a glancing blow. as i mentioned before not enough to give us widespread flooding concerns t. -- it is going to rain. not heavy enough to give us widespread problems. watch out for wet weather on wednesday. the forecast beyond that looking very, very dry. dry, i will say it again, dry in the long-range outlook. tomorrow, dry. partly to mostly sunny. concord, 62, your average is 58. fremont tomorrow, 63 degrees. hayward, 63. san mateo, 62. and extended forecast, cloudy, still dry for much of the day on tuesday. here is a wet day. only one. on wednesday. thursday, we clear out. friday, saturday, sunday is, setting up to be a beautiful holiday weekend a couple weeks before christmas. that is the forecast looking much, much drier, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you d
, oregon boarder and we will watch that general area for another chance of rainfall come wednesday. for tonight, early tomorrow. livermore, 45. mountain view, 40. the past couple of nights. mild. there is another storm out there. it is not going to be as tropical of a connection so we will not have as much water but the bigger thing is. notice the clouds not moving towards us. getting kicked up to the north there say reason for that kick. the kicker is a big area of high pressure that is beginning to build in just close enough to take most of the storm's energy and kick it up to the north by a couple hundred miles. will we see rainfall? yes. we will get wet on wednesday. a direct hit? no. flooding rainfall? no. most of the rain will stay to the north. could be flooding concerns for portland, south of medford. but, not for us. high pressure will deflect enough of the moisture away. we will get wet. not going to see a repeat of the flooding. not storm number 4. mainly dry through tuesday night. tomorrow a nice day to get outside. on and off rainfall on wednesday. after that, all of t
, the stuff to the west is being kicked to the north. it's going to move to western oregon and washington. in this case it's not going to keep it entirely away from us but it will make the next weather system that moves in of -- more of a glancing below. >> tuesday night into wednesday, we're still going to get some rainfall but not the heavy stuff. most of the rain stays to the north. we'll get some maybe in the north bay mountains. run of the min rainfall. partly to mostly sunny skies. wednesday looks soggy. we'll have off and off rainfall but computer forecast models say several straight dry days, perhaps a week. >> concord tomorrow, 62 for a high. the average is 58. oakland, you'll be five degrees above average, normal is 59. lower to mid 60s liver moore, 63, and low 60s for san francisco, dale city, 64 -- we're looking at 63 for santa rosa, maybe in march. here's our extended forecast. >> dry tomorrow, a little bit cloudyier on tuesday. we get into the really dry stuff thursday through sunday, low tormid 60s mainly -- we got a tun of rain, but it's now behind us. >>> it seems like it
. even earlier last week we saw torrential rainfall across portions of oregon and washington. we saw heavy rain and strong winds. some wind gusts for over 100 miles an hour. thankfully for today we do have a bit of a quieter weather a person in store for parts of california. we do have a return to that stormy weather as we head into late tonight and into wednesday. the ground saturated. in portions of oregon, the ground saturated. that mean bad news. right now again pretty quiet over portions of california, oregon and washington. we have flash flood watches across portions of oregon and california. locally higher amount across the higher elevations. basically as we get into tuesday and wednesday. more heavy rain and snow spreading as far east as portions of the northern rockies. bill: thank you, maria molina in our fox extreme weather center. martha: lindsey graham says the benghazi attack is a failure of the obama administration to get tough with terror. >> we need to get into the details of why they died and why we left our con that so unsecured when the british left and everyone e
-business state? california will be more pro- business. oregon will be more pro- business. how to create that competition to be the most pro-business state but to hold ourselves to higher standards. we want to be the best of being pro-business. that focus, trying to get the partisanship to -- our legislators and state voters are one-third independent, republican and democrat and our legislature is almost evenly divided. if we pass our budget last week with 94 of 100 boats. i think we have been successful and beginning to get past the partisanship. this time to quit playing games and finding compromises. >> other specific things you were trying to do to make colorado more business friendly? >> we have efforts in every single agency of state government to cut specific regulations and red tape. we thought fracking was such a big deal. we have a huge amount of natural gas. horizontal drilling and fracking, natural gas has great potential benefits. much cleaner than coal. it is $1.75 per gallon equivalent to less-expensive. it keeps jobs here and does not send billions of dollars to a dictato
:15. they are calling it a miracle in oregon. how a car was crushed. two people inside the remarkable stories told afterwards. >>> paying up on a world series bet. how detroit's mayor will be spending his day in san francisco. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. a little pop on the opening here. dow jones up 23 points after good economic news in china. and this morning in europe as well. >>> rescuers call it a miracle. a couple in oregon walked away after a huge tree fell on their car. it's a 100-foot tall tree fell moments after the couple parked outside of a house in canby. firefighters rescued them from that crushed car by dragging them out of a window. they were shaken up but not seriously hurt. >> they must have had a bright light shining down on them. if you look at the drivers compartment there is a space of about two loafs of bread in there. how the husband survived is remarkable. >> space for a loaf of bread. the trees root system rotted and that is why the tree fell. >>> four people including three firefighters in the hospital after a serious accident in orinda. it happe
to the passengers in this car in oregon. >>> don't forget ktvu news to go down load the ktvu app, click the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts lye on your smart phone so you can be connected any time anywhere. el >>> i'll say good morning. we do have some of the totals coming in wednesday through sunday. just incredible. anywhere from 5-15 inches of rain. kentfield here 9.5. there is one more system we'll talk about that coming up soon. >>> rescuers call it a miracle. look at this. couple in oregon walked away after that giant tree fell on their car. right there. it's a 100-foot tree. it fell moments after the couple parked outside of a house in canby yesterday afternoon. the car was crushed. they pulled them out of the window. they were pretty shaken up but not seriously hurt. >> they must have had a bright light shining down on them. if you look at the passenger compartment especially the drivers compartment there is a space of two loafs of bread in there. >> that is incredible. now officials say the tree's roots rotted. that probably caused the tree to topple and fall. >>> three
a lot of heavy snow among higher elevations across portions of oregon, over a foot of snow recorded and a lot of heavy rain. some spots picked up to 15 inches of rain across northern california. unfortunately we deal with mudslides and widespread flooding in california, oregon even into washington. fortunately we have relatively quiet weather through parts of california and portions of seattle. showers across the portions of the pacific northwest. as we head into tomorrow and wednesday we have a new storm system that will be arriving producing a lot of heavy rain, three to six inches. the ground is saturated from the last series of storm systems. this could pose big issues across the areas already hit very hard with all this rain. look at the future radar as we head into tuesday and wednesday more rain. basically the northern parts of the rockies we have snowfall. we'll see snowfall across portions of the west coast but even into the northern rockies. dealing with more moisture across portions of west coast even though we dealt with a number of storm systems. jon, very quickly anoth
today that has a lot of people curious. in oregon... but somehow, te ♪ [ female announcer ] those who look to fuel body and mind with the simplest of grains, they are not hard to find. just four ingredients, it all starts here. just as it was back 100 years. from the seed to the spoon, simple things go into every flake, every bite, genuine, true. the simple grains cereals from kellogg's. >>> high pressure billion into the bay area. but storm clouds gathering off the coastline. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and so far tow good as you hit the roads this early -- so far, so good as you hit the roads this early morning. extra volume on 101 near mckee. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >>> a tree crushes the roof of a car in oregon but somehow the couple inside escaped with only minor injuries. it happened just south of portland yesterday. the two people had pulled up to their home when a 100-foot tree snapped off at its base. rescuers expected the worst, but the couple was able to crawl out of the small opening in the passenger side window and they are expected to be fi
, oregon. halfway through the second act, at long last, george shows up and the fractured city hall backdrop begins to fill with floating lights outlining the golden gate bridge and we hear tony bennett sing his legendary recording of "i left my heart in san francisco." and then the character of george, sometimes mouthing the words, sometimes singing them quietly, moves towards john without looking, for he cannot look at his son. and he touches john's heart and then he moves away towards the city hall of john's memory and john set the stairs in the way that george did, cocky and sexy, cruel as all get out. and then the song ends. and i notice the woman sitting next to me crying. and after the play is over, after the standing ovation of tony's brave and beautiful play, as people start to leave the theater, this woman, she remains in her chair and it seems she cannot move. i gently asked her if she's all right. and she nods. and she says without looking at me because she couldn't look at me, "i got to see my mayor again." so, maybe through art we can see again. about a month ago i bra
california, 14. o'brien, oregon, just over a foot. it's not quite done as far as the flooding. because the rain stopped, you can have rivers swell. flood watches and warnings still in place through tomorrow. still another inch of two, doesn't have the bite but not something they need. >> bad timing, the fourth storm. another major headline tonight, the record warmth. >> houston and dallas, record highs today, and again tomorrow. atlanta and memphis a touch of a record high. they will be able about one degree short of it. the warmth sticks around for the start of the week. >> ginger zee, thank you. >>> we are going to turn now to the deadly bus crash at the miami airport. tonight, we learn about the driver who never intended to be at the airport at all. his wrong turn proving to be deadly. getting lost and missing signs warning of a low clearance ahead. the unfolding investigation tonight. >> very bloody. everybody had cuts. >> reporter: crews rushed to rescue dozens trapped in the bus moments after a bus plowed into a thick concrete overpass at miami international airport. the force of
state in the orange bowl. florida and louisville in the sugar bowl. and kansas state and oregon in the fiesta bowl. as for the pros, only one place to start, our nfl highlights from espn. >> good morning, i'm hakem dermish with your "sportscenter" update. romeo crennel and the chiefs hosting the panthers yesterday with heavy hearts. before the game, a moment of silence for victims of domestic violence. first possession of the game, peyton hillis scoring from two yards out. it's the chiefs first open drive touchdown since december 26th of 2010. second quarter, cam newton to steve smith, 23-yard touchdown, nice grab. panthers up 14-10. third quarter now, brady quinn to jonathan bolduan. and the chiefs win 27-21, earning their second win of the season. >>> ravens hosting the steelers. ravens could clinch a playoff spot with a win. steelers 0-6 against the ravens without big ben. third quarter, ray rice. 34-yard touchdown, ravens up 20-13. fourth quarter. charlie batch. finding it deep. miller, seven-yard touchdown. game tied at 20-20. fourth quarter, three seconds left. shaun suish
january 7th in miami. number three was florida followed by oregon and kansas state. across the pond now to england, the duchess of cambridge showed off her field hockey skills at her old prep school. even though she's wearing these crazy boots with the three-inch heels, she did seem to impress the students. >>> now to pennsylvania, fans of the minor league hockey team the hershey bears set a new record at the annual teddy bear toss. a record 12,497 stuffed bears, they all rained down on the ice. they are donated to hershey children's hospital. >>> and now for another look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. what did you think of that? >> that's a great name. minor league hockey, hershey bears, that's great. >> cute. >> makes me want some chocolate. good morning, everyone. across the northeast, some rain moved through late yesterday. it's very strange. it feels like spring across the country today. temperatures ridiculously off the charts. some of that warm air moving up to new england. for this time of year to be at 50 or near 50 in bo
of a car in oregon but somehow the couple inside escaped with only mean for injuries south of portland yesterday. they pulled up to their home when a tree snapped off the base and came down. rescuers expected the worst but the couple were able to crawl out of a small opening in the passenger side window and are expected to be fine. the car needs work. >> amazing. >> they escaped. >> it is sad to see all the damage done by -- i mean, these fierce line of storms this early in the season but we'll catch a break as it looks like high pressure will sneak in for a day. out the door though, chilly to start out with. if you are heading out we have temperatures in the 40s and couple of low 50s into san francisco. a lot of clouds still moving in overhead as we are going to see what looks like a mostly clear start. fog and high clouds over head and sunny and dry toward the afternoon then rain late in the day tomorrow and then tomorrow night. of course, we have been watching all the rivers and well, one more to crest here. this is the russian river near guerneville. looks like the forecast still h
crushing this car in oregon, to rocksides outside of sacramento, to rivers raging in reno, and flooded streets along the coast, up to one foot of rain, heavy winds and flooding caused by three storms in less than a week have left the west coast a soggy mess. in the usually scenic napa valley, the triple whammy left vineyards under water. and giant trees came dangerously close to pancaking even more cars right before our eyes. we were literally driving down the road when this giant tree came toppling on to this road. how close did this come to you? >> it was within feet of my truck. >> reporter: you were driving down the road? >> i was driving down the road. >> reporter: in the mountains that pounding rain made for a beautiful winter white backdrop. but in other parts, like this neighborhood east of san francisco, the cleanup is only beginning. and, boy, the cleanup here will sure take a long time. now all eyes turn to this storm headed here tomorrow. sam? >> yeah, it's just a minor dry day, cecilia. we know that the next system does drag on later on tonight. so this momentary dry. even
a couple in oregon, how they escaped when a massive tree -- massive tree crushed their car. steve paulson says more rain is on the way. >> and you can see that traffic is pretty bad here. we have an incident in dan ville to tell you about coming up. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> an auction featuring michael jackson's costumes raised more than $5 million. $245,000 was pay for the the jacket michael jackson wore during his "bad" dur and two of his crystal encrofted gloves sold more than -- foremore than $100,000. lady ga da bought 55 pieces in the ac-- lady gaga bought 55 pieces in the auction. some items are going to charity. >>> it looks like john mcafee is still out there on the run from the law. there was a post on his blog saying he had been captur
. this will be wisconsin's third straight trip to pasadena, but the badgers have lost the last two years to tcu and oregon. meanwhile, san jose state plays bowling green in the military bowl on december 27th in washington, d.c. for the first time ever the spartans are ranked 24th at the at and bcs polls. he is a big reason for the team's success. he leads the nation in passing accuracy and is tied for eight with 31 touchdowns. later in the show stanford basketball and former cardinal quarterback andrew luck pulls out a victory with no time on the clock. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> appreciate it. >>> coming up next on the news at 11:00, the russian river was one of the areas of concern. why residents are breathing a sigh of relief. and lots of water and lots of snow. we will show you what they are facing in th >>> good evening. i'm ama dates. today's storm left its mark across the area. it caused a road to collapse. sewer and water lines were snapped and utility lines damaged. there was debris lead to the over flow and the collapse. sky 7hd shot two stranded cars on a
the last two years to tcu and oregon. meanwhile, san jose state plays bowling green in the military bowl on december 27th in washington, d.c. for the first time ever the spartans are ranked 24th at the at and bcs polls. he is a big reason for the team's success. he leads the nation in passing accuracy and is tied for eight with 31 touchdowns. later in the show stanford basketball and former cardinal quarterback andrew luck pulls out a victory with no time on the clock. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> appreciate it. >>> coming up next on the news at 11:00, the russian river was one of the areas of concern. why residents are breathing a sigh of relief. and lots of water and lots of snow. we will show you what they are facing in [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month fo
protection agency. today, the epa role from the logging trails in oregon was front and center at the supreme court. where logging industry representatives argue that overregulation could cost them millions. >> loss of jobs with a million people employed by the industry. >> environmentalists argue epa has role for protecting u.s. waterways and should be doing more. >> epa and state regulators weren't willing to take on the practice, we stepped in to challenge it and try to bring it under the law. >> epa is one of dozens of federal entities that issues regulation and rules each day. measures that often go in to effect before those who will be impacted even know they are under consideration. that is something the regulatory flexibility act was designed to prevent. it requires the current administration to issue reports in both april and october, identifying the proposed rules likely to have significant economic impact, something the obama administration hasn't done in more than a year. >> coincidently it happened with an election year. we are concerned that will become the new normal. during el
as well this is widespread, across the bay area, southern parts of oregon, just the infrastructure can't handle this moisture and underwashing some of these roadways. rescues, high water rescues yesterday and over the weekend. you can just imagine when some of these small streams come up and over the roadways, if you're driving through them people get stuck. the crews are brought in to try to get the job done and folks to safety. across napa valley, incredible flooding there. the napa valley seeing some of its worst rainfall in years. look at these numbers. petrolia, california, over 17 inches. bridgeville, 15 inches. that's an incredible amount of rain. to see that much rainfall is truly remarkable. we are seeing more in the way of rainfall across seattle and portland it has stopped for today in the san francisco area. some of the rainfall yesterday fell in the form of snow, snow levels at about 5,000 feet. i suppose it could have been worse. elsewhere, looking at a foggy travel across the lower great lakes. we'll talk more about that in the next half hour. guys, back up to you. >> ro
, john for the call. lynn is calling from coos bay oregon. >> i love your show. >> bill: thank you. caller: you i thought boehner was delusional. i think he has a serious drinking problem that probably happy capshandy caps his rational thinking. republicans continue to be obstructionists. i knew they would do it after the election. but one thing i found out last week that people aren't realizing about this tax problem that's looming is that i was talking with my tax preparer last week. she told me that the irs is going to have to rewrite the entire 1040 form and that they may not allow electronic filing until mid march because they are going to be behind curve. >> bill: right. i never thought about that. sure, if you will tax rate will change. talk about uncertainty. republicans say they want certainty. they hate this uncertainty. they are creating more uncertainty than ever before. caller: exactly. >> bill: i hadn't thought about that. yeah. rachel down in nashville, tennessee, hey rachel good morning. caller: bill we talked before about the 47
, oregon. both women had to wrap an enormous model airplane with an 8-foot wing span. in the end griffith walked away with the grand prize and plenty of paper to spare. >> a skill i don't have. well done, ladies. she makes it look easy. >>> up next, lia's going to join us in studio to try to wrap rob and other unusual items. i could be into that. we'll see how it plays out. we'll be back. >> announcer: "wor ♪ >> welcome back, everyone. we just saw her win a pretty extraordinary and competitive stressful competition here in new york city. >>> welcome back, everybody. we just saw her win a pretty extraordinary and competitive stressful competition here in new york city. here to show us how to do it for ourselves, gift-wrapping champion, lia griffith. and i guess we should say we're wrapping, but in the gift type of sense. you just won $10,000. pretty impressive. are you a professional gift wrapper? >> well, not professionally. i do blog about it. i have been doing it every since 6 years old i've been wrapping. >> i definitely need tips. mine are typically the worst wrapped presents under
in oregon, the best selling book recounted how co-author started building schools in pakistan and afghanistan. it came under scrutiny last year when "60 minutes" alleged it contained numerous fabrications. >>> a friends of jovan belcher says he was battling football related head injuries before he committed murder and suicide. the friend said he was taking pain killers because of the injuries, drinking every day, and had short-term memory loss. he also claims belcher's girlfriend threatened to leave him for good because of their constant arguments. the couple had tragically a three-month-old daughter together. meantime, bob costas at nbc is criticized -- being criticized for using sunday night football to push for gun control measures. >> jovan belcher's action and their possible connection to football will be analyzed. who knows? but here, wrote jason hitlock, if he didn't possess a gun, he and cassandra perkins would both be alive today. >> gretchen: critics are saying that half time may not have been the place to discuss politics and that people, not guns, kill people and t
oregon and washington, and hardist hit is northern california. if three storms sounds bad, how about a fourth? a fourth is on the way. a lot of areas are already dealing with some serious flooding. >> this thing just went up fast. real fast. >> the fire department was out here, and. >> this is the worst. chad myers joins us now from the cnn weather center in atlanta. it sounds like there's a bit of a break for them today, but i guess they shouldn't get too comfortable. >> absolutely not. no. this is going to be a daily event for the next really 15 days. on one day, off the next. storms are still lined up. we talked about this last week how there's just one after mother. rain ask then a break, rain and then a break. new flash flood watches issued for parts of washington and oregon. flood watches and warnings going everywhere because rivers out of their banks and there's just more rain where this came from. many more days. as we push the rain on shore, the moisture from the pacific will be raining from all the way from washington through the cascades and down and big snows into the sie
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